BAGUIO boy Biondi Dayangadang isn’t resting anytime soon after another impressive first round win via triangle choke at Full Metal Dojo (FMD) 13 in Bangkok, Thailand on February 25.

Biondi was banking on his striking skills but opportunity came too early in the first two minutes of the bout and finish Pinuy Nuison via triangle choke impressing fight fans and FMD executives.

After almost three months training with UFC, URCC veteran and TFC matchmaker Will Chope in living in Khao Lak, Biondi claims his skills are getting better.

“I’m doing good in training. We just need to be determined and adjust to how they train here,” Dayangadang told Sun*Star Baguio.

With the win, Dayangandang is now a top prospect for Primal Fighting Championship, another MMA event in Phuket, Thailand.

“In case we can’t make it in their fight card, I will be joining a Muay Thai competition on April,” added Dayngadang in the vernacular.

Dayangadang added he will stay in Khao Lak and plans to have a few more fights in MMA and hopefully train in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. (Sharma Buteng)